|Alexander Pavlovich Gorchilin|
|Date of Birth||March 3, 1992 (1992-03-03) (aged 27)|
|Place of Birth||Moscow, Russia|
|Name and surname:||Alexander Gorchilin|
|Name in English:||Alexander Gorchilin|
|Year of birth:||1992|
|Place of Birth:||Moscow|
|Occupation:||actor, russian actor|
|Eastern horoscope:||A monkey|
For the first time on the television screen, Sasha appeared in the Skills chewing candy commercial. In the same period, the young man played on the stage of the Dubrovka Theater, in the musicals Nord-Ost and Two Captains. Then Gorchilin moved to the former Moscow Drama Theater (since 2012 - “Gogol Center”) under the direction of director Kirill Serebrenikov, from whom Sasha studied at the Moscow Art Theater. Alexander entered the stage of the theater as part of the acting troupe "Hamlet", "Fairies" and other performances.
Actor Alexander Gorchilin
Since 2006, Gorchilin began his career as a movie actor with the role of Albert Anatolyevich, in the comedy television series "Three on Top". And in 2007, Sasha got the role of Zhenya Zakharov in the popular family television series “Daddy's Daughters”, where he starred with aspiring actress Daria Melnikova. Along with filming in serial films, Gorchilin voiced foreign (mainly American) musicals and series.
Alexander Gorchilin in the series "Daddy's Daughters"
From 2009 to 2014, Alexander appeared on television in the role of Konstantin from “Sea Patrol 2”, the son in the drama of Sergei Mokritsky's “Teacher's Day,” but only in 2014 did the actor receive the first main role in the drama of Valeria Gai Germanika “Yes and Yes.” The film was released June 26, 2014 and was received by critics very ambiguously. In addition, the picture contains obscene language and explicit scenes, and on July 1, 2014, a ban on the use of profanity in cinema, literature and music came into force in Russia.
Alexander Gorchilin in the film “Yes and Yes”
And already in 2016 Gorchilin received another significant role - Grigory Zaitsev in the drama of his mentor, director Kirill Serebrenikov, “The Apprentice”. The film is dedicated to the problem of religion and the blind following of dogma in modern society. The film became the record holder for the number of nominations at the Cannes Film Festival. Sasha played the role of a disabled teenager in the film, who has a hard time in society - his classmates scoff at him, and only the main character, the religious fanatic Veniamin, talks with Grigory (Gorchilin's hero). In an interview, the actor admitted that in childhood he also mocked a classmate and was even forced to move to another school, as he prevented classmates from studying.
Alexander Gorchilin in the movie "Apprentice"
In parallel with the career of an actor, since 2015, Alexander took up directing. At the Omsk film festival "Movement", the audience was presented with a short film "Russian Tales", directed and edited by Gorchilin. In the same 2015, Alexander directed the documentary film “Who Should Live Well in Russia”, dedicated to the preparation of the Gogol Center theater troupe for staging a play based on the play of the same name by Nikolai Alekseevich Nekrasov.
Alexander Gorchilin about filming in the movie "Summer"
In general, any shooting with Kirill Semenovich is a wonderful pioneer camp. Not like working on a play where Moscow still sets the rhythm. And here we all leave, we are together all the time - and Kirill Semenovich blossoms like a flower. Everyone was great at the Pupil, too, the point is not in the material. But yes, in “Summer” there are also musical numbers, and this time ... we did it all with great pleasure.
Alexander Gorchilin about his generation
The actor is 26 years old, here is what he says about his generation:
We are burdened with knowledge, we have much more opportunities, and therefore the demand is greater. We are constantly saved by irony. And we were not able to say something new. For some time I thought that Purulent would be the person who could, watched him - but no. I have a suspicion that the next generation will be able to. Those who are 15 or less now. We are very reflective, some injured, but they do not like to reflect. They are tough. Authorities are they e ** li.